How many legs are there in total?
[2709] How many legs are there in total? - Six men are carrying boxes holding six cats and each cat has 6 kittens. How many legs are there in total? - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 72 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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How many legs are there in total?

Six men are carrying boxes holding six cats and each cat has 6 kittens. How many legs are there in total?
Correct answers: 72
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #math #riddles
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Back-Up Sensor

Inventor of the automobile back-up Sensor -
I bet you think it was Ford, maybe GM, how about Chrysler? No, then how about Mercedes Benz?
No, not at all, it was a Chinese farmer!
Most of the newest cars have a Back-Up Sensor that warns the driver before the rear bumper actually comes in contact with something. Most people probably think that this valuable feature came out of the minds of great engineers, but it was recently disclosed that the concept was first developed by a Chinese farmer. His invention was simple and effective. It emits a high-pitched squeal when the vehicle backs into something.

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Rembrandt Peale

Born 22 Feb 1778; died 3 Oct 1860 at age 82. American artist and naturalist, son of Charles Willson Peale, who followed his father as a portrait painter with an interest in natural history. Many of Rembrandt Peale's portraits are of scientists. He also took an interest in the technology of his era, including the pioneering steam navigation of John Fitch and Robert Fulton, gas lighting of Baltimore's streets, and the chemistry of pigments. In 1801, he assisted his father's excavation of mastodon bones from the peat bogs of Orange County, New York, from which they assembled two skeletons. One was mounted in his father's Philadelphia Museum. Rembrandt displayed another as a travelling exhibit around New York (1802) and London (1802, 1803). From the details of its fossil teeth, he believed the mastodon was a carnivor, though Georges Cuvier shortly established it was a herbivor.«
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